In the Beechgrove Garden, Jim is surrounded by the promise of a bumper crop of tomatoes this year as he takes a look at his favourite variety, Shirley, growing in Growbags as well as starting off a range of bush tomatoes to put a big T in his BLT.
Jim also takes a look at the lawn to see if the early hollow tyning and moss treatment has made our lawn, fairway fair, golf green good or still in the rough.
Pests, diseases, problems. The team answer an in box full of viewers gardening questions.
Beechgrove helped the coastal community of Johnshaven start their community garden along the disused railway line in 2002 and now 10 years on, the volunteers are a bit overwhelmed by the growth of their garden. Carole gets her sleeves rolled up with a squad of Johnshaven volunteers get to work restoring their lovely garden.
George visits Mertoun Garden in St Boswells, Roxburghshire widely recognised as a fine example of traditional gardening at its best. It is a three-acre walled vegetable garden with 21 acres of landscaped lawns, herbaceous borders and an arboretum packed with rare species, including trees dating from the mid 1800s.